Ottawa, Illinois City Council news
The first step to getting the Illinois and Michigan Canal in Ottawa refilled is fixing the conduit leak under La Salle Street, a group of city officials decided Thursday.
Music from AC/DC and Journey made a guest appearance during the city of Ottawa’s workshop on its new noise ordinance Thursday night as Police Chief Brent Roalson demonstrated how the city’s new decibel readers work.
Violations of Ottawa’s current noise ordinance have led the city to suspend Berta’s Tap’s liquor license for one week starting Friday morning.
The Ottawa City Council approved an agreement Tuesday with Ruiz Construction, paying $9,862.50 to continue concrete work at Thornton Park.
The Ottawa City Council committed to a $4.5 to $5 million Stevenson Road project that’s been years in the making.
Children on Ottawa’s east side soon will have new playground equipment to test out after the Ottawa City Council approved a $49,528 purchase from NuToys Leisure Products.
The Ottawa City Council has approved a payment of $134,499.76 to Hacienda Landscaping for playground equipment tabbed for Thornton Park after terminating an agreement with the company last month.
Ottawa’s downtown tax increment finance district has been extended until 2034 with the passage of House Bill 227 in the Illinois General Assembly.
The Ottawa City Council approved Tuesday a quote for $498,840 for a walk-in generator at the city’s water plant.
The Ottawa City Council approved an agreement Tuesday with the city’s firefighters union that extends through 2024.